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dwr1964 Nov 13, 5:16 p.m.
One of my favorite quotes is, "Small minds are easily amused." That just about covers it....Piene2
I wholeheartedly agree. The small minds of America are quite lucky to have a leader like you.
RKBA Nov 13, 1:24 p.m.
"School bus crashes in Hoke County"
Jimmytwotimes Nov 13, 11:53 a.m.
and we have our daily school bus crash. I wouldn't even let my kids ride a bus anymore in NC. somethings gotta be done about these drivers. seriously there is a crash at least once a week. my memory of riding buses was scary, the drivers sped everywhere and alomost got in accidents all the time.
robbyh Nov 13, 11:45 a.m.
Hey, anyone heard about a bus wreck this morning?
Scubagirl Nov 13, 11:00 a.m.
"Hi piene2, Everyone that comments here on a WRAL article has a small mind.LocalYokel"
guess that means you're small minded as well then doesn't it?
cantstandgoloanymore Nov 13, 10:33 a.m.
chrisnrali - you've never been in a vehicle that has slid due to wet leaves, hydroplaning, oil or debris on the roadway, snow or any other possibly slick surface? Or are you just an i***t trying to make yourself look somehow superior? I'm betting on the latter.
justabumer Nov 13, 10:28 a.m.
I live not far from where this happened and it rained during the night. Perhaps the road was wet which could contribute to the accident.
LocalYokel Nov 13, 10:27 a.m.
Hi piene2, Everyone that comments here on a WRAL article has a small mind.
Scubagirl Nov 13, 10:05 a.m.
"How does a bus "slide" off the highway? Someone steered it off the highway."
While there may be other causes, I would think, just based on the warnings this morning during traffic segments, that the bus slid off the road on wet leaves or something like that. Trying to give the driver the benefit here as it is possible that is what happened.
btneast Nov 13, 9:55 a.m.
or do these accidents draw more media attention?
....You have the winning answer. News feeds 24/7 every where you turn makes the news business very competitive. We hear instantly about events that in the past we might never have heard of. Technology has made it possible to get news instantly, as it happens, from anywhere on the planet....so we have news saturation.
LovemyPirates Nov 13, 9:35 a.m.
Are there more accidents involving school buses or are there more school buses on the road in which to be involved in accidents or do these accidents draw more media attention?
How's that for use of grammatically correct syntax?
piene2 Nov 13, 9:19 a.m.
"RKBA, a school buss possibly carryiing childrens wrecked and yous concern is the englitch language? i has a quote for you:
"me fail english that's unpossible" -Ralph Wiggum
One of my favorite quotes is, "Small minds are easily amused." That just about covers it.
PracticalMagick Nov 13, 9:15 a.m.
Hey, here's a thought: I hope everyone involved is ok and that the kids won't be scared to ride a bus again.
Grammatically correct or not.
VW girl 2013 Nov 13, 9:12 a.m.
Enough with the grammer corrections...is anyone concerned that these school busses, which carry children in them without seatbelts, have been involved in several accidents this school year!?!? I see stories about these "accidents" all over the NC news. Something needs to be done about this before children are killed. Better training, smaller routes, shorter hours...I don't know the answer, but someone needs to find one QUICK!
chrisnrali Nov 13, 9:10 a.m.
btw, does every wreck in the morning get this much attention or is it JUST because there was some children on a bus?
chrisnrali Nov 13, 9:05 a.m.
How does a bus "slide" off the highway? Someone steered it off the highway.
dcatz Nov 13, 8:57 a.m.
1. The act of wrecking or the state of being wrecked; destruction.
2. Accidental destruction of a ship; a shipwreck.
a. The stranded hulk of a severely damaged ship.
b. Fragments of a ship or its cargo cast ashore by the sea after a shipwreck; wreckage. 4. The remains of something that has been wrecked or ruined. 5. Something shattered or dilapidated. 6. A person who is physically or mentally broken down or worn out. v. wrecked, wreck·ing, wrecks v.tr. 1. To cause the destruction of in or as if in a collision. 2. To dismantle or raze; tear down. 3. To cause to undergo ruin or disaster. See Synonyms at blast, ruin. See Usage Note at wreak. v.intr. 1. To suffer destruction or ruin; become wrecked. 2. To work as a wrecker.
snakeman65 Nov 13, 8:57 a.m.
'"Wreck" is not a verb. Does WRAL actually have any editors?'-RKBA
Actually, "wreck" can be used as a verb. Check a dictionary. They are full of great information.
busyb97 Nov 13, 8:51 a.m.
Adtually, look it up....yes, "wreck" can be a verb when used withi a subject. A quick search pulled up at least 7 definitions as a verb.
dirkdiggler Nov 13, 8:49 a.m.
verb (used without object)
to be involved in a wreck; become wrecked: The trains wrecked at the crossing.
Banned4Life Nov 13, 8:48 a.m.
This is the second School Bus wreck this morning. One in a rollover in Haywood County as well with just the bus driver involved. What's going on with busses and rollovers this morning??
LocalYokel Nov 13, 8:47 a.m.
RKBA, a school buss possibly carryiing childrens wrecked and yous concern is the englitch language? i has a quote for you:
"me fail english that's unpossible" -Ralph Wiggum
carthoughts Nov 13, 8:45 a.m.
verb (used with object)
to cause the wreck of (a vessel); shipwreck.
to involve in a wreck.
9. to cause the ruin or destruction of: to wreck a car. 10. to tear down; demolish: to wreck a building. 11. to ruin or impair severely: Fast living wrecked their health.
RKBA Nov 13, 8:29 a.m.
"Wreck" is not a verb.
Does WRAL actually have any editors?
Published: 2007-10-05 09:38:00
Updated: 2014-06-24 16:03:36